When the term 'we' is used, it refers to the owner of the website, Innesto Group BV (here further named as 'Innesto'). In order to provide you with information and services, we will need to collect and use information about you. We are committed to protecting your privacy and managing your personal information in a secure environment. The Innesto website has been developed with your rights and needs in mind and will be maintained according to strict guidelines and policies. In particular, Innesto will ensure that personal information is protected and adheres to the guidelines for the collection, use and disclosure of that personal information as required by the General Data Protection Regulation (abbreviation 'GDPR'). If you wish to access further information on Innesto and Data Protection we refer you to our Data Protection Policy.
If you have any queries in relation to this Privacy Statement, please contact the Data Protection Officer at: Data Protection Officer, Innesto Group BV, zandstraat 11, 9940 Ertvelde, Belgie.
This Privacy Statement applies to all personal data collected via the Innesto website. By using our website, you accept the practices described in this document. We may update our Privacy Statement from time to time to take account of changing requirements such as changes in technology or legislation.
Collection of Personal Information
Innesto fully respects your right to privacy, and will not collect any personal information on this website without your clear permission. Any personal information volunteered will be protected by appropriate security measures and safeguards, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation.
We will not ask for and collect any sensitive information about you (such as gender, marital status, age, race or health information) unless it is necessary to meet legal, public interest or statistical requirements related to and required to complete the transaction you have requested. Provision of this information (except where it is a legal requirement) is completely at your discretion, and you may decide to not provide it to us.
How We Use Your Personal Information
The personal information that you provide to Innesto during registration for services on the site is used for identification purposes and will assist you to subscribe to our services more easily. The information we collect from your use of the website enables us to provide personalised services that are tailored to your needs. Recording usage patterns helps us to identify the areas of our site that are popular and those that are not.
Disclosure of Your Information
We will not use your personal information or data for a purpose other than the purposes for which you supplied it, and will not disclose it to any other person or organisation unless:
The information is necessary to facilitate answering of a query or specific request, which you have made
We are required by law to do so
There are reasonable grounds to believe that disclosure is necessary to prevent a threat to life or health
That person or organisation is an agent or contractor providing a service to Innesto, who will be required to maintain the same or similar privacy principles as specified in privacy legislation
You have given us consent to do so.
Security of Information
We will take all reasonable steps to ensure that all personal data we process is complete, up-to-date and stored in a secure environment accessed only by authorised persons.
Appropriate safeguards are identified and implemented so that Innesto can take all necessary steps to protect your personal data and any transmission of information sent to or received by Innesto. Although we strive to reduce any security risks through all means necessary, no organisation can fully eliminate this risk.
This Privacy Statement covers the Innesto website. By using our website you accept the practices described in this document. We maintain this website to enhance access for stakeholders and other interested parties to avail of information relating to our products and services. No information processed in the running of the website is used to identify individual visitors; any information generated by visitors to the website is processed to enable basic functionality and development of the site. Technical details are logged for administrative purposes. The following details are logged:
Time and date of visit
IP address used to visit site
URL of where the site visitor was linked to our site by (backlinks, search engines including search terms)
The browser used by the visitor to the site
Cookies via Google Analytics
Cookies via Google Analytics
Google Analytics is used to monitor trends in the user engagement on our website, to improve and develop the website based on these insights. We do not use this service to identify individuals who visit the site.
we are active on LinkedIn, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, and share links to some of our content on these platforms. We utilise these channels to provide information to the public and to answer queries sent through these channels. We uses analytical tools which aggregate social media engagement in order to measure the performance and success of the organisations social media activities.
Digital Marketing Platforms
For digital marketing communication with its client base Innesto uses the third party Tripolis Solutions where client data is stored. Tripolis Solutions ensures that use is made of suitable technical and organizational measures to secure the personal data against loss and against any form of unlawful processing. Tripolis Solutions retains the personal data for the period that is required in all reasonableness to correctly perform the services it offers and facilitates. Tripolis Solutions is allowed to mark the DDMA Privacy Seal. This is a quality label ensuring a correct use of personal data for direct marketing purposes. The Privacy Seal is exclusively worn by members of the Dutch Dialogue Marketing Association (DDMA). DDMA-members have committed themselves to standards of ethical conduct and best practice laid down in Codes of Conduct. More information about the DDMA Privacy Seal.
The material on our website, the software, design, text and graphics comprised in the site and the selection and layout of the site are owned or licensed to us and protected by copyright under the laws of Netherlands and other countries. You may view this website and its contents using your web browser and save an electronic copy of the website solely in the usual operation of your web browser in visiting the site.
You must not otherwise reproduce, transmit (including broadcast), adapt, distribute, sell, modify, publish, communicate to the public or otherwise use any of the material on the site without prior written consent from Barentz.
Should you wish to obtain further information on matters relating to the processing of your personal data, or any of the points raised in this document, please contact us at: Data Protection Officer, Innesto Group bv, zandstraat 11, 9940 Ertvelde, Belgie
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The conditions of use (hereinafter referred to as: “Conditions”), are applicable to every access and every use of this website (hereinafter referred to as: “Site”). This Site is the property of Innesto Group BV. (hereinafter referred to as: “Innesto”). By accessing and/or using the site you confirm that you have read and understood these Conditions and you expressly agree with these Conditions. Innesto has the right to modify or erase the content of this Site and these Conditions at all times without prior notification.
At this point in time your personal data or user data are not collected and/or stored neither by Innesto nor by one of its (commercial) partners. If you would have any doubt and/or questions regarding this you can always contact Innesto
This Site must be considered in its entirety as a platform that only shares general information regarding Innesto, its organization and its activities. Innesto ensures reasonable efforts are made to keep the information on the Site reliable and up-to-date. If the information provided would contain inaccuracies, Innesto will make all reasonable efforts to correct these inaccuracies. However, Innesto cannot be held liable for any damage(s) arising as a result of incorrect information provided on the Site. Innesto cannot be held liable for direct or indirect damages, which would result of the use of websites of third parties, linked to this site. If you wish to access and/or use these websites, this will be at your own risk.
When you post or send messages or information in whatever form on this Site or per e-mail as a user and/or visitor, Innesto reserves the right to use freely these messages and/or information. You acknowledge that as a sender you are the sole responsible for the content and safety of these messages and/or information. Under no circumstances whatsoever this Site may be used with the following goal(s): violation of these Conditions, violation of legal regulations, violation of public order or any other unjustified purpose.
The entire content of this Site (hereinafter referred to as: “the Content”), including all information, messages, pictures, and all other elements are the property of Innesto or are included on the Site with the permission of the holder of copyrights and other intellectual property rights. The Content of this Site may not be reproduced or shared without prior written and unambiguous permission of Innesto
These Conditions are subject to Belgian legislation exclusively. As a user of this Site you acknowledge that Belgian legislation will be applicable to all disputes arising from the use of this Site. In case of dispute you accept that the courts of the judicial district where the registered office of Innesto is situated are exclusively competent.
If a court would consider that a provision of these Conditions is invalid or unenforceable, or in conflict with mandatory provisions, this will not affect the validity and enforceability of the other provisions of the Conditions nor the validity and enforceability of that part of the provision that is enforceable or not in conflict with mandatory provisions.
Last reviewed: 18/7/2020